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We Wish You a Zombie Christmas…

Falalalalala! It’s not just Christmastime in the Simply Betty Stamps world, it’s Zombie Christmas time! All this week the DT gals will be sharing the new Zombie Teen Christmas collection. To kick things off, today we have Falala Lexi. But I didn’t make this card… Phoenix has been making a bunch of things for my blog lately, and Rhiannon wanted a turn…so here you have my little girl, and her version of Falala Lexi.

She’s so proud! She worked so hard on coloring this image up for all of you to see. When I asked her if she wanted to make a card for my blog she got so excited! And Lexi was who she chose to work with. Here’s a close up of the card.

I think she did a great job coloring! She’s only 2 and a half.  She addressed it to my mom (with my help) on the inside.

Isn’t she adorable?!? And yup, there’s Phoenix in the background busy coloring as well. Here’s the back of Rhiannon’s card.

I don’t know why, but I am totally in love with this picture. Maybe it’s her little hands…or her teeny teeth…or that huge grin she has… :)

So I hope you like my baby girl’s version of Falala Lexi. There is a ton more to see at the Simply Betty Stamps Blog, so hop on over! We’ll be back tomorrow with another Zombie Teen! Thanks for stopping by, have an inspiring day!

Comments

Suzi McKenzie said…
Rhiannon's card is beautiful, just like her, excellent colouring skill for 2 and a half, looks like your talent has passed to both your gorgeous kids.

I love the last picture too, you can feel the pride and happiness, it's lovely.

Have a great day all
Hugs
Suzi
xxx
ike said…
Ooooh - how darn sweet is that !! What a CUTESTER - fabulous colouring on that image. Well done.... watch out MoM ... you have competition :-)
Have a FAB weekend
Hugz
Ike xxxxxxxxx
Laura B said…
Rhiannon did a great job! She is so precious!
DK Spins said…
Rhiannon! Your card is wonderful - I am sure your Grandma will absolutely adore it. I love the colors you chose for Lexi - you did a great job. Your Mommy has 2 artists living with her. Go Rhiannon Go Phoenix!!!!!
Maybe we could get her as a guest designer for the bombshells?
~Lady B~ said…
Rhi...your work is beautiful! I love the colors you used for your card. Great job!
Both are darling! She did an excellent job and wow, only 2.5 years! Just a few more months and she'll be inside the lines then another year after that and you can start sharing your Copic markers. :D
Rhiannon you are very talented! love your colouring FAB job! :)
Susan said…
Rhiannon, I love your card, so bright and cheery, your grandma is going to love it!
Susan (a friend of your mom's)
Kathi said…
She's freakin' adorable. I love that mischievous grin!

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